Laparoscopic Boari Flap ureteral reimplantation.
CONCLUSIONS: Laparoscopic Boari flap ureteral reimplantation is an affective technique for ureteral reconstruction, safe and reproducible, reserved for cases of ureteral pathology in which the distance to bridge between the bladder and the ureteral stump is long. PMID: 28530623 [PubMed - in process]
CONCLUSION: HALS is a versatile, minimally invasive technique, which is independent of the patient's BMI, for performing a colorectal resection. PMID: 28932720 [PubMed]
Publication date: Available online 11 September 2017 Source:European Urology Supplements Author(s): Mesrur Selcuk Silay The advances in technological equipments in the last decade for the treatment of pediatric stone disease has significantly improved outcomes. A variety of nephroscopes of different sizes which can be used for different age groups are available on the market to treat kidney stones. Flexible ureteroscopes, ultrathin ureteroscopes, and other sizes of semirigid ureteroscopes are also available for the treatment of ureteral and upper urinary tract calculi in children. In addition to the advancement of the fin...
Endometriosis most often affects the pelvic organs, but the most common sites of extragenital endometriosis are the intestine and urinary tract. While bladder endometriosis mimics cystitis in presentation, ureteral endometriosis is usually silent. Rarely, ureteral endometriosis can result in silent kidney loss if stricture reaches a critical level. Medical management of deeply infiltrating lesions of the urinary tract poses a high risk of failure. Laparotomy for treatment of endometriosis is inferior due to decreased visualization and increased morbidity.
Endometriosis may affect the urinary tract in up to 6% of cases. This video describes a laparoscopic approach to the excision of endometriosis overlying the ureter. We demonstrate a retroperitoneal pelvic sidewall dissection in a patient with pelvic pain who desired conservative surgical management of her endometriosis. The ureter is identified and followed through its course in the pelvis. Relevant nearby structures, including the umbilical artery, uterine artery, and iliac arteries, are clearly seen.
Conclusion Robotic-assisted laparoscopic trachelectomy is a safe and simple procedure that should be part of all general gynecologists' armamentarium. The described technique is reproducible and efficient and can be adopted for all cases requiring simple trachelectomy.
Currently, the standard treatment for renal pelvis carcinoma is radical nephroureterectomy with bladder cuff excision. To describe the feasibility of retroperitoneal laparoscopic partial nephrectomy with segme...
To describe a robotic-assisted laparoscopic technique for using the appendix to repair ureteral stricture disease
Journal of Laparoendoscopic&Advanced Surgical Techniques , Vol. 0, No. 0.
Conclusions: Surgeons who perform hysterectomies or are involved with post‐operative hysterectomy patients should be familiar with the possible complications of this common procedure and the steps that can be taken to help reduce the risk of those complications. Clinicians should also inform their patients of the potential complications as they can affect lifestyle and comfort. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
Publication date: Available online 12 August 2017 Source:Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology Author(s): Arnaud Wattiez, Razan Nasir Deep endometriosis is usually defined as endometriosis infiltrating the peritoneum by >5 mm. It sometimes involves the ureter causing hydronephrosis in 5% of cases. The latter is associated with 18% ureteral lesions. Ureteral endometriosis is one of the rare causes of silent Kidney failure. The ureter obstruction can lead to urinary tract obstruction, hydronephrosis and hydroureters. The ureters are usually compressed externally by the endometriotic lesions surrounding it causing extr...